The Poet's Pen: Writing Poetry with Middle and High School Students
Libraries Unlimited, 1993 - 201 Seiten
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Expository writing by these students is sometimes appalling, but in poetry they may create compelling images and metaphors, use language in both creative and precise ways, play with words and ideas, and express their thoughts freely.
... and precise words; and both reveal the voice and thoughts of the writer. Using the two kinds of writing in combination— in all subject areas— does, I am convinced, help students become both better writers and better learners.
Very often the most academic students write lifeless, pedantic, or dull— although mechanically correct— prose, and they often find it difficult to free themselves of scholastic constraints in order to express their real thoughts and ...
Finally, I want to thank my family: Elaine, Brian, and Laurel, each of whom has given me something very special in the way of encouragement, and especially Tom, for constant support. God guard me from those thoughts men think in the XV ...
God guard me from those thoughts men think in the mind alone; He that sings a lasting song Thinks in a marrow-bone. —William Butler Yeats As with the stereoscope, depth is better achieved from looking from two points at once.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
2THE POETRY WRITING PROGRAM
3THE WRITERS NOTEBOOK
5TEACHING POETRY WRITING
6CREATING POETRY WRITING TOPICS
7WRITING ABOUT LITERATURE THROUGH POETRY
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